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Lord Dunsany – The Bureau d’Echange de Maux

I often think of the Bureau d'Echange de Maux and the wondrously evil old man that sate therein. It stood in a little street...

Stig Dagerman – Dikter, noveller, prosafragment

Dikter, noveller, prosafragment is a collection of short stories, essays and poems published between 1947 and 1955 in Stockholm. This is not a homogeneous collection,...

Erri De Luca – Not now, not here

Life in memories  Not now, not here, Erri de Luca’s debut work, introduces the reader to a poetic style that, during the years, has become...

Elaine Feeney – Oak

I’d like to spend Easter 2016 bird watching on the Isle of Wight. I will not be remembering shootings or blood. I will kill no bird. I...

Pino Daniele – Terra mia

We miss Pino Daniele’s music. Terra mia (My homeland) is a collage of old memories, some of them happy, some bitter, but nevertheless fascinating...

Mary McCarthy – The Group

Sex and the City has not invented anything  McCarthy shows the reader, with courtesy and irony, the first steps into adulthood of eight girls who...

Giorgio Olivari – The Relic

The small town at the foot of the Alps was pervaded by a thrill. The anniversary of the battle that had made every inhabitant...

Vittorio Curtoni – Where are we flying

A novel, six short stories and an autobiography An unusual anthology collecting a novel, six short stories, an autobiography, a daily journal of the author...

Elaine Feeney – Mass

Mass will be said for no more bad language and gambling and wanking that the Athenry boys are doing, down the back of the...

Elaine Feeney

Elaine Feeney is, above all, a feminist. Her poetry examines the experience of being a woman in a patriarchal society, particularly in rural Ireland...